The Money Programme presenter gets excited about money, a Japanese adaptation of Elizabeth V, and Scotland Yard's menagerie of detectives expose bad films and phony directors, while an argument clinic fills extra time.moreless
A couple tries to prove their ancestors traveled from one small town to another; a headmaster enlists a student to examine his wife; How To Do It shows how to live in peace and harmony; exploding athlete's foot treatment; Farming World profiles Tchaikovsky; Trim-Jeans Theatre features classic literature while losing hundreds of pound; and BBC productions plagued by lack of money.moreless
An Icelandic saga can't get started, then it does with help from a small town council, while two women search for Jean-Paul Sartre, and Whicker's World finds an island of himself.
Her Majesty the Queen is supposed to tune in and on her request, everything is to be normal; well as normal as an episode can be. Included are miners who dispute historical dates, someone talking in a roundabout way, the return of Spiny Norman, a dragon with bad breath, and a re-enactment of the Normandy invasion by high school girls. The audience rebels after seeing an undertaker give alternatives for burying a man's dead mother, but the Queen tuning in brings everything to a halt.moreless